Prof Hollenberg is the Thomas Baker Chair, and a past ARC Laureate Fellow, at the University of Melbourne. He completed his PhD in theoretical particle physics at the University of Melbourne in 1989 and was subsequently awarded a JSPS Fellowship at the KEK accelerator laboratory in Tsukuba, Japan. After his postdoctoral period he returned to the School of Physics to take up a research and teaching position. Lloyd’s early work in mathematical physics and lattice gauge theory was a natural starting point for his interest in quantum computing. Since 2001, Lloyd has been a driving force for the silicon quantum computer vision. He is an internationallyknown proponent of quantum technology having made contributions in both theoretical quantum computing and experimental implementations of quantum sensing using spin qubits in semiconductors that crosses the nanobio divide.
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